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Enjoy the Frangipani Villa – 60’s Hotel

Monday, November 11th, 2013

The expanding Frangipani group of hotels also offers some smaller, intimate boutique hotels. Take a virtual tour of the Frangipani Villa – 60’s Boutique Hotel.


The lush, leafy frontage of the Frangipani Villa-60’s boutique hotel conceals a carefully restored 1960’s villa of special character that gives guests an insight into the architecture of a period when Phnom Penh was known as the honeymoon capital of Asia.

The hotel was restored by a team led by a Cambodian architect and a landscape designer and has 7 rooms, providing single, double, twin and suite accommodation.

Guests can enjoy food and drinks throughout the day at the terrace café on the ground floor or relax in the comfortable outdoor seating surrounded by plants in the hotel’s garden.

The Frangipani Villa-60’s hotel is centrally located providing ready access to all the popular sites in Phnom Penh as is just a few minutes walk from a good selection of restaurants, an international supermarket and ATM facilities.

A Virtual Tour of Frangipani Fine Arts Hotel

Monday, November 4th, 2013

The expanding Frangipani group of hotels also offers some smaller, intimate boutique hotels. Take a virtual tour of the Frangipani Fine Arts Hotel.



This contemporary boutique hotel has 22 rooms on 3 floors built around a leafy central courtyard that ensures the hotel is naturally well lit and airy. The Fine Arts Restaurant is on the ground floor.

The spacious rooms are examples of contemporary Cambodian design, featuring polished concrete floors, terrazzo bathroom styling, and furniture and fittings in wood, silk and other natural materials manufactured by leading Cambodian producers.

The Frangipani Fine Arts Hotel is tucked away down a quiet side alley close to the campus of the School of Fine Arts on the edge of Phnom Penh’s bustling art district. It is located in the centre of Phnom Penh a short distance from the Royal Palace and the National Museum and close to the city’s vibrant Sisowath Quay river front home to an extensive range of restaurants and designer shops.

Frangipani Hotels Group Expanding in Cambodia

Friday, September 28th, 2012

Frangipani Hotels, one of the leading boutique hotel chains in the Kingdom of Cambodia, is expanding, with two new hotels coming on line in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.

Building on the original Frangipani 60s and 90s boutique hotels in the Cambodian capital, the Frangipani group moved on to add the Frangipani Fine Arts Hotel in Phnom Penh and the Frangipani Villa Hotel in Siem Reap. Now they are once again expanding with the addition of the Royal Palace Hotel in Phnom Penh and the Frangipani Villa Hotel II in Siem Reap. Check out this video of the group properties in all their glory.

Frangipani Hotels say: “We have quickly established a strong reputation with tourists and business travelers. All hotel rooms, interior spaces and landscaping are examples of some of the best contemporary Cambodian design making Frangipani Hotels the boutique property of choice in Cambodia.”

Hanuman says of the Siem Reap hotel: “One of the best value boutique hotels in Siem Reap, the Frangipani Villa Hotel features concrete wash walls and floors, clean lines for the furnishings and trim and tasteful bathrooms. We recommend the deluxe balcony pool view rooms. Lively location in the popular Wat Bo strip.”

Frangipani Expand

Friday, July 13th, 2012
Frangipani Fine Arts Hotel in Phnom Penh

Frangipani Fine Arts Hotel in Phnom Penh

Frangipani Brand Expansion in Cambodia.

The Frangipani Hotel chain are expanding in Phnom Penh. They already have three smaller properties in the Cambodian capital city, as well as their 87-room Frangipani Villa Hotel in Siem Reap, near the temples of Angkor. In Phnom Penh, they boast the Frangipani Villa-60s and the Villa-90s, which have seven rooms and fifteen rooms respectively, as well as their contemporary boutique Villa Fine Arts, near the National Museum, which is a little bigger at 22 rooms. Now they are upping their accommodation options to capture more of the mid-range tourist market by opening the spanking brand new 72-room, seven-storey Frangipani Royal Palace Hotel, which will be located close to their existing Villa Fine Arts. With a roof-top swimming pool, smart contemporary rooms and a ground floor restaurant, the newcomer on the scene will be a very welcome addition.The hotel is due to open its doors on 1 November. But they won’t stop there. Another even larger hotel, Frangipani Living Arts Hotel, with two pools and 124 rooms, aimed specifically towards the Asian market, is expected to open at the end of the year, located in the area near the Russian Market.